Category Archives: Sinology
p. 9, at the end of 1A7, change “Gentleman cannot bear” to “Gentlemen cannot bear”
More to come (I’m sure).
Announcing the Northeast Conference on Chinese Thought, to be held at Wesleyan University on Friday and Saturday, November 8-9, 2013.
The goals of the Northeast Conference on Chinese Thought (NECCT) are twofold:
To provide a regional forum for everyone from graduate students … Continue reading
RESPONSE TO STEPHEN ANGLE, SUSAN BLAKE, AND JIYUAN YU
Jiyuan Yu generously organized a panel discussion at the 2009 Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association on my translation: Mengzi: With Selections from Traditional Commentaries (Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing, 2008). The … Continue reading
I am currently using Rouzer’s A New Practical Primer of Literary Chinese to teach first-year Literary Chinese to students with at least two years of modern Chinese. As I teach, suggestions for other instructors and notes for my own future … Continue reading
If you want to read Confucius in the original language, you need to know Classical Chinese. If you want to know much of the later two and a half millennia of Chinese philosophy, you need to know Literary Chinese. (Classical … Continue reading